Medieval Chalices from Medieval Collectables
A chalice is a goblet intended to hold drink and in religious terms, it is intended for quaffing during a ceremony. The word chalice is from Latin calix, meaning cup, borrowed from Greek kalyx, shell, or husk. Medieval Collectables has quality pewter medieval chalices that are at affordable prices. We carry both medieval chalices and Gothic chalices in this category. These medieval chalices can be used for medieval weddings, renaissance faires and churches. Medieval chalices are intricately designed with crosses, religious symbols and jewels. Other types of medieval glassware that we carry are Holy Grails, medieval grails, pewter grails and poison chalices.
The Poison Chalice is a classic 15th or 16th century chalice of grand proportions, built on a sexfoil base with encroaching ivy, and it's fluted column set with six red and black Austrian crystal poison ivy berries.
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The Albrecht Durer Chalice is crafted of pewter and features a raised-relief decoration. The body design consists of panels of works by this Renaissance painter. Pillars, archways, portraits, and his signature serve as decorations.
Do you know what makes a drink better? Why, if you enjoy it from a chalice, instead of a traditional cup! If you like dragons, then there is no equal to this Red Dragon Chalice, will performs as a drinking vessel and decoration!
The Neuschwanstein Chalice is named after the palace of the Ludwig II of Bavaria, although this is not the only castle on the chalice, as it is a sort of homage to an eccentric king who patroned the arts and loved his lavish palaces.
Do you know what makes a drink better? Why, if you enjoy it from a nice chalice, instead of a traditional cup! If you like dragons, then there is no equal to this Green Dragon Chalice, will performs as a drinking vessel and decoration!
The triple goddess comes up in a variety of myths and legends and in modern paganism and Wicca, making this Maiden, Mother and Crone Chalice a versatile accessory that will fit nicely into a variety of collections.
The image of Baphomet has been associated with demonic practices since the medieval period, making its way today into several pagan and occult traditions. This Baphomet Chalice makes a great prop, display item, or drinking glass.
Representing the Mother, the Maiden, and the Crone, the Triple Goddess is a common symbol of womanhood in many Wiccan, Celtic, and Neopagan beliefs. The Triple Moon Goddess Chalice exhibits this deity in a unique and intricate fashion.
This magnificent Mother Maiden Crone Goblet has the faces of each aspect of the triple goddess in sculpted relief on the bowl, decorated with striking knotwork and lively vines and branches around the base and bowl of the goblet.